The developers at Anything Honest have released this teaser video for AMOS 1.2, an update to the reactive MIDI instrument.
AMOS sends MIDI notes to desktop software and outboard gear.
"Think MIDI wind-chimes crossed with a pinball machine," suggest the developers.
This video shows some of the new features added to Amos 1.2. Independent MIDI channels per disc and a re-designed settings panel are the highlights.
The teaser notes improved MIDI support, including compatibility with:
In AMOS's physics-simulated room, collisions between objects trigger MIDI notes.
Up to three duration discs (half note, quarter note, eighth note) can be grabbed and "thrown" around the room. There are three 6-octave keyboards that can be configured via the Settings menu. When a disc strikes a keyboard key, it takes on that key‘s note value and emits that value for each collision until a new key is struck.
Pricing and Availability
The release date for AMOS 1.2 is TBA. The current version is available in the App Store for US $2.99.
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